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eastside culture crawl

Friday 16, Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 November It’s pretty much eastVan’s Big Thing in November: the annual Eastside Culture Crawl, now in its 16th year. You can…

ANU: The Mother

ANU 10: The Mother THURSDAY MARCH 15 2012. 8PM ANU is an annual  gathering of contemporary and traditional musicians, dancers, vocalists and visual artists.  In honour of International Women’s…

The F Word: exploring feminism in the 21st century

The F Word: Exploring Feminism in the 21st Century February 23 – April 2 Leigh Square Community Arts Village, 1100 – 2253 Leigh Square Place, Port Coquitlam, BC…

The last ThrilLITERATE

Two nights of poetry, storytelling and celebrating literacy as a basic human right. Friday February 24 Readers include: Elizabeth Bachinsky, Afuwa, Shana Myara, Donna Dykeman, Aaron Chan, Cathleen…

Afuwa - Illustrating indigenous solidarity

Briarpatch Jan/Feb 2012: Decolonizing together

Illustrations for Harsha’s article on decolonization in Briarpatch Magazine Jan/Feb 2012 . On Cdn newsstands til March 5.

Eastside Culture Crawl

One of my lovely studiomates pointed out to me that Where.ca used my image both in print and online to advertise the ECC event in November! Which was…

Connecting the dots, October 1 & 2

at Club Five Sixty, 560 Seymour Street, Vancouver Saturday October 1: 12-6pm; Sunday October 2: 6-11pm. Live performances Sunday October 2 7-10pm. https://twitter.com/#!/Connect3Dots http://c3dots.tumblr.com

Hapa-Palooza, September 7-10

A new cultural festival that celebrates the city’s identity as a place of hybridity, synergy and acceptance. A vibrant fusion of music, dance, literary, artistic and film performances,…

How Diversity Works

17 August — 3 September. 1 Ponsonby Road, Newton, Auckland, Aoteroa/NZ

Queerotica

August 8, 2011, Roundhouse Exhibition Hall. Founded by Elaine Miller and Afuwa Granger, Queerotica continues under the chimerical curatorship of writer/performer Amber Dawn. Ten local authors traverse not…